Please complete the following form if you wish to submit an abstract for consideration for the 2020 NZSAP conference. The conference proceedings will be published as the New Zealand Journal of Animal Science and Production. Submissions close at 3pm on Saturday 7th December 2019.
Abstracts will be selected on the basis of relevance and scientific merit. Judgement can only be made from what is presented in the abstract. Where appropriate, conclusions must be accompanied by data and appropriate statistical evaluation. Acceptance of an abstract by the management committee invokes a binding commitment upon the author and the institute where the work was undertaken to provide a written manuscript for publication in the Society's proceedings and give an oral presentation at the Annual Conference to be held in Queenstown, from 1-3 July 2020.
Note that since the 2015 conference, contributing authors will retain copyright of material submitted to NZSAP. A manuscript submission form is to be submitted with the manuscript (not with this submission abstract).
Paper Details
Please indicate which author you expect to present the paper at the conference.
Corresponding Author Details
Abstract details
Abstracts must be no more than 300 words in length. Only submitted information can be considered. Do not include tables, equations or references.
Young Member Award
Do you wish to be considered for the Young Members Award? For eligibility criteria refer to Young Member Award entrants must ultimately submit a full 4-page paper and be required to give an oral presentation and complete the "Young Member's Eligibility Form" prior to submission of their manuscript.
Innovation Award
Do you wish your paper to be considered for the NZSAP Innovation Award? This award recognises the conference paper which, in the opinion of the judges, represents the greatest advance in science and/or technology.
Farmer field day
The Local Organising Committee are planning a "farmer day" featuring presentations with an applied farm focus, with both sheep & beef and dairy sessions. Is this paper suitable for presenting in one of these sessions?